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  • 5-HTP, Prozac's true alternative

    5-HTP, Prozac's true alternative 5-HTP, or 5-hydroxytryptophan (Oxitriptan) is the less well known cousin of serotonin (5-HT), one of the most important brain neurotransmitters. 5HTP vs. Tryptophan L-Tryptophan is first converted to 5-HTP in nerve cells by a vitamin B3 dependant enzyme, and then 5-HTP is converted to 5-HT by a vitamin B6 dependant enzyme. Yet thanks to modern science, we can now take preformed 5-HTP, with many consequent advantag...
  • 7 questions posed to Dr. Richard Lippman regarding his product ACF 228

    7 questions posed to Dr. Richard Lippman regarding his product ACF 228 1. What is your background and vast experience in the field? I have a triple education in chemistry, medicine, and physics. I studied chemistry and physics at the Department of Physical Chemistry, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. Subsequently, I attended medical school at Biomedicum, University of Uppsala, Uppsala, Sweden. (In Sweden, these two institutions are regarded as equivalent to...
  • 8 Simple Steps to Men's Optimum Health and Fitness

    8 Simple Steps to Men's Optimum Health and Fitness Whatever your goals are, unless you follow a multi-faceted strategy such as in the guidelines below, you will not get the full benefits of the program. These include eliminating or at least significantly reducing the factors that reduce hormone levels, improve your diet, modify your exercise program, reduce stress and restore nutritional status. By doing so, you can dramatically improve your hormonal balance and more important...
  • A 26-Year Case Report Study of a Patient Treated with Gerovital-H3 ®

    A 26-Year Case Report Study of a Patient Treated with Gerovital-H3 ® Dr. Dumitru spoke about his time at the Bucharest Institute for Gerontology and Geriatrics, (which was the World's first such establishment in 1956) at the First Monte Carlo Antiaging Conference ™, and an audio tape is available for purchase from IAS (please see order-form or website). Indeed at the Second Monte Carlo Antiaging Conference ™, Dr. Dumitru was awarded the Monte Car...
  • A clash between a frustrated medical community and alternative medicine

    A clash between a frustrated medical community and alternative medicine For more than 25 years, the American medical community has been dismayed by an ever-increasing number of patients who turn to alternative medicine for treatment. Indeed, more than half of sick Americans seek alternative doctors, such as naturopaths, and few of these patients discuss their treatments with their conventional doctors. This phenomenon is especially true of chronic sufferers of cancer, chroni...
  • A FRESH LOOK AT HEALTH SCREENING: Tomorrow’s Screening Today

    A FRESH LOOK AT HEALTH SCREENING: Tomorrow’s Screening Today For some years now I have been working with Breast Thermal Imaging which is based on detection of infrared heat emission from the breast tissue. The latter is a consequence of increased metabolism and/or new blood vessel formation both of which produce heat that can be detected much sooner than the structural changes seen on a mammogram. Over the last 5 years my work on nutritional medicine and cellular heal...
  • A holistic approach to growth hormone therapy using sublingual sermorelin

    A holistic approach to growth hormone therapy using sublingual sermorelin why Growth Hormone production is reduced during aging Progressive reduction in growth hormone (hGH) production and secretion beginning shortly after young adulthood is an early endocrine characteristic of aging in humans and animals. Over time lowering levels of this hormone contributes to many of the undesirable aspects of senescence. These include changes in body composition favoring fat over muscl...
  • A message from the President of IAS

    A message from the President of IAS Welcome to International Antiaging Systems (IAS), since 1991 we have offered many unique antiaging products and services based on the belief that access to the world’s latest commercially available substances should be easier. IAS works alongside many of the world’s leading antiaging professionals and from the published database research. This combination allows us to offer antiaging products of the highest possible standards. ...
  • A new method of enhanced hearing - without the need for hearing aids

    A new method of enhanced hearing - without the need for hearing aids Hearing-aid companies spend millions on advertising products that often only amplify sound with mediocre results. My dear friend, Russell Laudon, MD, who is both a practicing physician and a professional musician, reports that inexpensive ear phones that can be purchased at retail stores such as Radio Shack transmit better sound quality than all hearing aids, even those costing thousands of dollars! I ...
  • A new method of enhanced hearing- without the need for hearing aids

    A new method of enhanced hearing- without the need for hearing aids Hearing-aid companies spend millions on advertising products that often only amplify sound with mediocre results. My dear friend, Russell Laudon, MD, who is both a practicing physician and a professional musician, reports that inexpensive ear phones that can be purchased at retail stores such as Radio Shack transmit better sound quality than all hearing aids, even those costing thousands of dollars! I believ...
  • A Patient's Assessment for Anti-Aging Medicine

      A Patient's Assessment for Anti-Aging Medicine By Marios Kyriazis M.D.   Ed.- Dr. Kyriazis is one of the UK's leading Anti-Aging Physicians and the founder and medical advisor to the British Longevity Society. He is also one of the few physician's worldwide who has conducted tests on aging but otherwise healthy individuals and the effective low dose use of L-carnosine, (as reported in the Winter 2001 IAS Anti-Aging Bulletin). Dr. Kyriazis spo...
  • A Review of the GHB Scientific Literature

    A Review of the GHB Scientific Literature GHB's history is unusual in that it was synthesized, (created in the laboratory) before it was discovered as a naturally-occurring molecule. This is the reverse of what typically occurs in science. The scientific study of GHB began in the early 1960s in Paris. Dr. Henri-Marie Laborit, who was then Director of the Laboratoire d'Eutonologie, Boucic ut Hospital, was interested in the function of the natural amino acid, butyric acid, in ...
  • Acarbose - A Starch Blocking Anti-Diabetic Drug & Potential Weight Loss Agent

    Acarbose - A Starch Blocking Anti-Diabetic Drug & Potential Weight Loss Agent Insulin resistance is the central metabolic defect in a cluster of disorders now referred to as Syndrome X. This cluster of diseases includes Type II diabetes mellitus, obesity, hyperinsulinemia, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and atherosclerosis. This syndrome was first described (in Russian) by Professor Vladimir Dilman in 1955. Today, Dilman's name is rarely mentioned as the first to have appreciat...
  • Acetyl-L-Carnitine - The Rejuvenating Effects

    The Rejuvenating Effects of Acetyl-L-Carnitine Dr. Dean is the Research Director of Vitamin Research Products and this article is reprinted from VRP's Nutritional News with their kind permission. To avail yourself of good nutritional information on a regular basis call VRP in Carson City, Nevada, USA on 800 877 2447. One of the most common characteristics of aging is a loss of energy, I am reminded of this dry scientific fact every day as I try to keep up with my two so...
  • ACF228: the Breakthrough Antidote to Aging

    ACF228: the Breakthrough Antidote to Aging Everyday we see our aging bodies in the mirror reflecting hair loss, irregularly pigmented skin and wrinkled, lined, and sagging faces. Internally the body’s organs also undergo an age-related decline. Processes at the cellular level cause inadequate DNA repair and cell replication responsible for the deterioration of cells. This in turn leads to cell atrophy, loss of function, and most importantly, organ and muscle shrinkage. For e...
  • ACF228™ Breathe Easy, a natural method to improve lung function

    ACF228™ Breathe Easy, a natural method to improve lung function Since childhood, Emily has had breathing problems aggravated by her allergies. Every spring and during many trips outdoors, her lungs would swell with pain and breathing became difficult. She had tried a variety of over-the-counter antihistamines with success until adulthood, and then Emily was diagnosed in her twenties with chronic asthma and put on a corticosteroid inhaler. The corticosteroid inhaler worked ...
  • Achieving Optimal Health in Humans and Pets

    Recently, I spent hours with a talented businesswoman who values her health and energy. Jill has suffered from adrenal fatigue since arriving at middle age. I told her that most middle-aged people have significantly falling hormone levels and nutrient-absorption difficulties after the age of 40, especially women because they stop ovulating on average at age 41 (2).   I could see that my sharing of scientific information with Jill was not much help in solving her current probl...
  • Acomplia

      Acomplia- the latest weight loss drug finally arrives   It’s been several years in the making and believe-it-or-not it’s been 10-years since a new weight loss drug has been approved, but now there’s a new “kid on the block” and it’s expected to be big news as it represents something of a breakthrough in the management of obesity. The name of this new drug is Acomplia. Acomplia Acomplia contains a chemical called Rimonabant and it...
  • Acomplia and Obesity

      ACCOMPLIA THE NEW MIRACLE DRUG FOR WEIGHT LOSS.   Accomplia, (active ingredient rimonabant), the long awaited anti obesity drug, was approved for use in the twenty -five member states of the European Union in June 2006. Long before the drug was formally launched the media have been taking a close interest in this drug, developed by Sanofi-Aventis. The media hype fanned the flames of consumer demand and each of the 6,600 participants in the clinical trials c...
  • Advanced Hormone Therapy, IGF-1 and HGH, Part I

    Advanced Hormone Therapy, IGF-1 and HGH, Part I My patient, Mona, breezed into my office with a desperate look on her beautiful face. In a hurried and flustered manner, she explained that aging was playing havoc with her skin. In spite of using umpteen lotions and cosmetic creams, her fine lines and crevasses were becoming a permanent fixture on the landscape of her face. Her muscles were becoming droopy, and her thinking was less than clear and creative compared to years ago. ...
  • Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

    Age related macular degeneration (AMD) leads to the loss of your central vision, affecting your ability to read, write and drive. AMD generally affects people over the age of 50 and occurs in around a third of all people aged over 75. There are two types of AMD – dry and wet. Dry AMD occurs in approximately 90 per cent of cases and is the least easy to recognise. This is because it develops gradually, whereas, Wet A...
  • Aging and Immunity by James South

    Aging and Immunity We live in a world of entropy. Entropy is the tendency of complex structures to gradually decay or break down with time. Entropy is one of the brute facts of existence. It is "codified" as one of the basic laws of physics: the second law of thermodynamics, which governs both living and inanimate matter. We humans normally call the process of entropy "ageing." The anti-ageing movement is literally an anti-entropy movement. Modern science has discovere...
  • Aging, Muscles and Exercise

    Aging, muscles and exercise By Dr. Richard Lippman Dear antiaging fans, here is something for you to consider the next time you pound your Nikes on the pavement. A Copenhagen Health Study followed 5,000 Danes for approximately twelve years (1). Their results showed that Danish high-mileage runners died much more readily than did couch potato Danes! On the other hand, moderate joggers did better than couch potatoes. High-mileage runners were defined as those who ran ...
  • Alleviating The Symptoms Of An Aging Prostate

    Alleviating the symptoms of an aging prostate By Leslie J. Farer   Growing bald isn't the only unwelcome sign of advancing years; for most men, aging also goes hand in hand with bothersome lower urinary tract symptoms: night time awakenings for trips to the bathroom, the sudden and frequent urge to urinate, painful urination, even erectile dysfunction.   At the root of these issues may be the progressive enlargemen...
  • Aminoguanidine: Advanced Glycation End (AGE) Product Inhibitor

    Aminoguanidine: Advanced Glycation End (AGE) Product Inhibitor Aminoguanidine is a promising "new" anti-aging therapy and interest has been aroused by the fact that it may be able to prevent signs of aging before they occur. The glucose cross-linking problem It is believed that the cross-linking of the proteins that make up the human body play a role ...
  • AMPK: a complicated metabolic signalling pathway

    Cellular homoeostasis is a crucial prerequisite for health and good function. Although the study of all the mechanisms involved in maintaining homoeostasis is extremely complicated and confusing, it is nevertheless possible to examine certain processes which play an important role in the orchestration of events designed to maintain efficient cell function. One such process is the role of AMPK (5' adenosine monophosphate-activated protein kinase), an enzyme which is present both in lower (yeas...
  • An effective combination of the anti-aging compounds resveratrol, aminoguanidine, vinpocetine and carnosine

    An effective combination of the anti-aging compounds resveratrol, aminoguanidine, vinpocetine and carnosine In order to fight age-related degeneration, many anti-aging physicians and researchers recommend the intake of not one or two agents but a finely tuned combination of several compounds which have a wide spectrum of actions. In this article I am going to discuss my favourite combination of a few selected and pluripotent (i.e. having multiple actions) anti-aging compounds. These...
  • An interview about sermorelin and GH with Dr. Richard Walker

    An interview about sermorelin and GH with Dr. Richard Walker Sermorelin is being heralded as the breakthrough for the delivery of growth hormone (GH). GH itself is a hormone that has been recognised for a long time as having significant effects as an anti-aging tool, ever since Dr. Daniel Rudman’s experiments in the 1980’s. Those clinical trials suggested that over some months injectable GH could reverse biological age in the 60-80 year old group by as much as 20-years; fact...
  • Androstenedione - Is It A Big Hit?

    Androstenedione - Is It A Big Hit? Recently a new dietary supplement has taken the sports nutrition market by storm. Androstenedione, (pronounced "an-dro-stene-dye-own") is a metabolite of DHEA and a natural precursor of testosterone. To understand why androstenedione has become so popular with athletes and bodybuilders, as well as how it may benefit health in general, we first need to look at testosterone. Testosterone is responsible for the normal growth and developme...
  • Anthrax

    Important Announcement: Viruses, Super-Germs, Anti-Biotics and Silver In these delicate and dangerous times to be forewarned is forearmed. At present needs may dictate that some protection is readily available against the possibility of the release of potent super-germs and viruses such as bird flu. IAS is currently offering a wide range of anti-biotics that may be “kept at the ready” and unsurprisingly demand around the western world is high. Classically m...
  • Anti-Aging Words and Definitions

    Anti-Aging Words and Definitions To use an on-line medical dictionary, click here. Acetylcholine (ACh)a neurotransmitter which plays an important role in memory. It is used for control of sensory input signals and muscular control. ACh is a stimulatory neurotransmitter. When released by muscle nerves, it makes those muscles contract. It is made from the precursor nutrient choline and the...
  • Anti-Depressive Procedures

    Anti-Depressive Procedures Ed.- Dr. Brown is one of the leading psychiatrists in New York and is a forthright and strong advocate of cutting-edge international pharmaceutical technology. He is also a regular author of innovative medical books both for the public and professional alike. His latest pennings are professional publications outlining the medical uses of several new products and protocols, the first is called Alternative Treatments in Psychiatry and published...
  • Antiaging Books

    Our list of English language books concentrate on particular aging problems, both in terms of their causes and of their treatment and prevention of a disease or disorder. Where possible these publications can be ordered on-line by clicking the 'Click Here to Buy' link. Many of the books can be ordered directly from IAS, the rest and many similar ones can be ordered from Amazon. In those cases, the 'Click Here to Buy' link will take you direct to the relevant page. Each b...
  • Antioxidant Extends Lifespan

    The National Institute on Aging (NIA) announced the final results of testing from three government labs regarding the patented antioxidant nordihydroguaiaretic acid (NDGA). All three labs agreed that NDGA extended lifespan by a resounding 12% in mice (1) (see Figure 1). Figure 1: The survival plots for m...
  • Apoptotic Modulators

    Apoptotic Modulators Marios Kyriazis MD Apoptosis (a Greek word, meaning ‘falling off’) is a crucial event during aging. It is the orderly death of cells which are no longer functional or which are beyond repair. Apoptosis (also called ‘programmed cell death’) was first described in 1972 by Kerr, Wyllie and Currie (1) and it has been attracting substantial research interest since. The reason is that a better understanding of apoptosis ...
  • Application of smart drugs - for enhanced health and longevity

    Application of smart drugs - for enhanced health and longevity Is the new film Limitless fiction or fact? ‘Limitless,’ the movie, is explained by the following synopsis. A young writer has been down-and-out on this luck for several years. He has writer’s block, thus he cannot complete his half-finished novel. He is threatened with eviction from his apartment, his girlfriend leaves him, and he mope...
  • ATP - The Energy of Life

    ATP - The Energy of Life This article is reprinted with kind permission from New Millennium Guide To Anti-Aging Medicine. This up-to-date guide looks at 40 of the most important drugs, hormones and nutrients that are being used to treat and prevent the aging disease. We highly recommend it and copies are now available from IAS at $19 each. Adenosine Triphosphate (pronounced A-den-o-sign Try-foss-fate) or ATP is perhaps the most fundamental of all biomolecules. It is rel...
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder By Marios Kyriazis, M.D.   One of the most controversial syndromes of modern times is what we now call ‘Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder’ (ADHD). This is a behavioural condition which has implications well beyond behaviour. As its name suggests, the condition includes being hyperactive, restless and fidgety, with a short attention span, as well being impulsive, anxious, a bad sleeper and experiencing ‘lea...
  • Attitudes, Behaviour and the Maintenance of Sexual Function in Older People

    Attitudes, Behaviour and the Maintenance of Sexual Function in Older People The sexual act may vary from a simple physical release to an act of passion in an intensely felt and loving relationship. As older people, we may remember our sexual experiences when young and compare favourably the emotional satisfaction of sex now with the way we remember it then, (NCOA survey, 1998). Younger people, on the other hand, do not easily empathise with the sexuality of an older person and ...
  • Avoiding A Hospital Bed

    Avoiding A Hospital Bed My biochemist friend and patient, Bob, phoned me recently. In an urgent voice, he requested an immediate appointment. I was a bit surprised because several times previously he wanted to use only his traditional physician, who was covered by his medical insurance. I made the appointment for the following afternoon, wondering why Bob suddenly wanted my help. The next day, Bob arrived in my office, flustered and haggard from lack of sleep. He explained t...
  • Avoiding Free Radicals and Unnecessary Radiation

    Avoiding Free Radicals and Unnecessary Radiation Recently, I bumped into a close friend, Rhona outside of the Whole Foods™ market. Her husband is a prominent dentist and a close friend of mine. Rhona related to me a new development in dentistry. She enthusiastically explained that the latest dental X-ray machine emits even lower doses of radiation than its predecessors. I remained skeptical. I countered with the simple fact that a...
  • Avoiding Uterine, Breast, and Prostate Cancers the Smart Way

    Avoiding Uterine, Breast, and Prostate Cancers the Smart Way I arrived at a physician colleague’s office early in the morning, bursting with excitement to tell him the latest findings on cancers which were still unknown to the media. I summarized recent research about excessive cell growth and the accompanying uterine, breast, and prostate cancers. My colleague was in no mood for excitement early in the morning. He hadn’t had his morning cup of java, so he demanded that ...
  • Balanced cortisol, critical to health and longevity

    Balanced cortisol, critical to health and longevity Some hormones are too high and some too low Bursting with energy and enthusiasm, a 67-year-old elegantly dressed woman arrived at my office out of breath. Her glowing face framed a wide smile. She said that a psychiatrist had referred her to me since she was diagnosed with hypomania. She further explained that she spent her time with a boundless energy and enthusiasm for dinner parties and around-the-clock house cleaning....
  • Balancing Hormones in Men over 40 with Anastro Pro™ and DIM Pro2

    Balancing Hormones in Men over 40 with Anastro Pro™ and DIM Pro2™ As most longevity enthusiasts are aware, aging leads to significant alterations in many of the body’s systems, including endocrine balance. In both women and men, advancing years are associated with declining sex hormone production; in women, the fall in estrogen occurs at a rapid, often dramatic rate around menopause, while in men, testosterone levels wane slowly and steadily over the years. Much attention is d...
  • Beating Attention Deficit Disorder

      Beating Attention Deficit Disorder (or Nutrition and Nootropics For Focus & Attention) By James South MA   "Concentration" denotes the ability to sustain focused attention on a given object, external (such as people or rocks or colors), or internal (such as thoughts, feelings or sensations). The power of concentration also involves the ability to screen out irrelevant distractions that might divert or disrupt sustained, focused attention. Although animals ca...
  • Beating Depression, with Alternative Anti-aging Therapies

    Beating Depression, with Alternative Anti-aging Therapies Depression is one of the most widespread illnesses in the Western world, yet it is also one of the most misunderstood and under treated health problems. Approximately 10-14 million people are medically depressed in the U.S. in any given year, yet only one third of depressives receive treatment (1). "Depression is just as socially debilitating as coronary artery disease, and more debilitating than diabetes mellitus or ar...
  • Beating the flu season

    Beating the flu season An interview with Richard Stead about the power of OSCN PM: Richard thank you very much for your time today to help explain the work you’ve been doing. RS: My pleasure Phil. PM: I suppose the first question to ask is why did you look at the OSCN molecules in the first place? RS: Our original interest was for a technology to replace Chlorine as an anti...
  • BEC 5 The treatment of choice for non-melanoma skin cancers

    The treatment of choice for non-melanoma skin cancers The laws of nature may be considered as; “the forces and processes that produce and control all the phenomena of the material world.” The sun is a major force in nature and is essential for life on earth, unfortunately the sun also produces some unwanted side-effects for humans. It is fashionable to have a suntan and people feel that exposing their skin to the sun is a healthy, pleasant thing to do. However, t...
  • Beyond Cholesterol review by Karen Kaufman, MS

    Beyond Cholesterol Review Cardiovascular disease (CVD) in one of its various forms is the leading cause of morbidity (illness) and mortality (death) worldwide. It would be more accurate to say that atherosclerosis is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality. Arteriosclerosis or atherosclerosis, (the build up of plaque within the large and medium arteries of the body) is better known as coronary artery disease (CAD), carotid artery disease/ cerebrovascular disease (CVD), or...
  • Beyond diet and lifestyle, the route to a cleaner, fitter and healthier you

    Beyond diet and lifestyle, the route to a cleaner, fitter and healthier you This article has been written specially for a new book called “Great teeth for Life” authored by Britain’s leading alternative dentist, Dr.Brian Halvorsen. The book is available through IAS –Why supplements ...
  • Beyond Viagra ®: The Latest Treatments For Erectile Dysfunction

    Beyond Viagra ®: The Latest Treatments For Erectile Dysfunction Since the advent and commercial availability of Sildenafil Citrate in 1998, (known throughout the world to one-and-all as Viagra ®), the market for treatments for erectile dysfunction has grown to become worth about $2 billion worldwide per annum. That is now projected to grow to $4 billion per year by the year 2004 and to an astonishing $6 billion per year by 2006! (1) Results of recent surveys i...
  • Bio Clip And Pulse Wave Analysis (PWA)

    Bio Clip And Pulse Wave Analysis (PWA) The following report presented as a series of summary statements that are based on the existing published research on Pulse Wave Assessment of Arterial Stiffness. Its aim is to highlight what is known about the reliability of Pulse Wave Analysis as a measure of Arterial Stiffness. At the outset is it worth commenting that the correct reference is to Arterial Stiffness and NOT Arterial Elasticity. They are not the same and Pulse Wave Analy...
  • Biostim - Boosting the Immune System

    Biostim - Boosting the Immune System Biostim, also known as RU-41740 or C1740, is a unique immunomodulator. It is a compound extracted from the cell wall of a bacteria-Klebsiella pneumoniae - consisting mainly of two large glycoproteins (7,14). Biostim has been widely used in France to treat a variety of infectious conditions since 1982. Biostim has been extensively researched through human clinical (1-14), animal experimental (15-25), and in vitro cell studies (26-39) since 1...
  • Boosting Growth Hormone Without Injections

    Boosting growth hormone without injections Updating the GHRPs and Sermorelin by Richard Walker, M.D.   Ed. - Eagle eyed readers may recall Dr. Walker’s other excellent articles regarding GHRPs and GHRH in issue 3, 2014 and issue 3, 2013 of the Aging Matters™ magazines, (note, they can be downloaded from the IAS website). In them he described how bolus injections of recombinant growth hormone (rhGH) do not reproduce bioidentical patter...
  • Brace Yourself! Advances in Rejuvenation Research Are Just Around the Corner

    During the early 1860s, the popular French author Jules Verne wrote a novel about the distant future of Paris. In his 1863 book, Paris in the Twentieth Century (1), Verne predicted the coming of skyscrapers, the subway, a primitive version of the Internet, automobiles and a manned trip to the moon.   How did he achieve such remarkable foresight? He accurately predicted those scientific and engineering achievements by meeting and talking with leading scientists of his...
  • Breakthrough for eye health announced by prominent scientists

    At an important meeting at the International Society for Eye Research in San Francisco (1), several prominent scientists announced a significant breakthrough in preventive medicine that dramatically affects health and wellness of the eyes. First on the podium was Professor Herbert Reitsamer who explained his research titled; “Considerations of Venous Pressure in the Pathophysiology of Intraocular Pressure and Ocular Blood Flow.” He substantiated the view that natural ...
  • Calorie Restriction Mimetics

    Calorie Restriction Mimetics The most reliable intervention which consistently increases the life-span of animals is calorie restriction (CR). This intervention does not only extend the 'average life-span' (the average number of years an animal is expected to live), but it also prolongs the 'maximum life-span', which is the maximum number of years a particular species can possibly reach. The maximum life-span of mice is 3 years, while that of chimpanzees is 50 years. The human...
  • Can We Cure Aging?

    Can We Cure Aging? Ed.- We are pleased to include for the first time in the Anti-Aging Bulletin, an article by the renowned Michael Fossel, M.D., Ph.D. Dr. Fossel is the Executive Director of the American Aging Association, the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Anti-Aging Medicine, and the Clinical Professor of Medicine at Michigan State University. Until quite recently,1 the notion of reversing human aging was mere fantasy, absent any scientific sup...
  • Can-C eye drops – 10 years on

    Can-C eye drops – 10 years on The patented form of N-acetylcarnosine eye drops (Can-C) has been used for several years for the treatment of cataract and other eye conditions. Many thousands of patients have noticed improvement of their vision, ranging from mild improvement to complete resolution of the condition. According to the manufacturers of Can-C lubricant eye-drops, over half a million bottles were sold worldwide to-da...
  • Can-C is a remarkable breakthrough, an eye-drop that can reverse senile cataracts and help prevent other eye aging disorders

    In the East, particularly in Russia, over the last several years, there has been research into a special analogue of the di-peptide carnosine. This particular form is known as N-acetylcarnosine and it has been proven to be highly effective in the treatment of cataracts.   ...
  • CardioPro, a unique combination of potent natural ingredients proven to improve (reduce) arterial stiffness

    Cardiovascular disease is a major concern to most middle aged persons and whilst we are all now better educated in terms of exercise and diet for heart health, a heart attack is still the biggest cause of death in the western world. Thankfully the numbers of patients diagnosed with cardiovascular disease, (as a total percentage of the population) are dropping due to this better understand of heart health, although unfortunately cancer is set to overtake the numbers in the next d...
  • Cardiovascular disease is America’s number one killer

    Cardiovascular disease is America’s number one killer, yet Doctors often ignore it until it’s too late! “Physicians have plateaued in their understanding of heart disease by limiting themselves to only five risk factors.” Mark C. Houston, MD, MS. My younger sister is sixty-two years young. Recently, I was shocked when she rang me from the cardiac ward of my local hospital. In a weak voice, she briefly explained that two days earlier she had collapsed in her kitchen; ...
  • Carnosine - The New Anti-Aging Supplement

      Carnosine - The New Anti-Aging Supplement by Marios Kyriazis M.D.   *Please don't confuse this for the common amino acid CARNITINE (L-Carnitine). Although carnosine (also known as L-carnosine) has been known for about a century, its antiaging properties have only been extensively studied during the past few years. A recent literature review revealed over 780 published studies on carnosine, mainly by Russian and Japanese researchers. However, more wide...
  • Carnosine can Reduce Urinary MDA Concentration

    Low Dose Carnosine can Reduce Urinary MDA Concentration Dr. Marios Kyriazis is one of the few anti-aging physicians in the United Kingdom, he is also considered to be an expert on carnosine and has been actively involved in its research over the last few years. Indeed, his lecture at the Second Monte Carlo Antiaging Conference ™ was entitled "Carnosine, the new anti-aging di-peptide," and an audio-cassette is now available for purchase (please see order form or website)....
  • Carnosine extends the life of every cell in your body

    Carnosine is a potent anti-oxidant that prevents cell damage and improves cell function Carnosine is a natural amino-acid with a number of interesting actions. It is a potent anti-oxidant, it helps to chelate ionic metals (flush toxins from the body), it has immune boosting properties, it is known to reduce and prevent cell damage caused by beta amyloid (the substance found in the brain of Alzheimer disease patients) and...
  • Carnosine Update

    Carnosine Update: New and existing functions of carnosine confirmed by research As many of you may know, one of my favourite nutritional supplements is carnosine. I recognised the potential of this nutrient over 10 years ago and started using it on many of my patients. Carnosine is an all round anti-ageing supplement, as it is an antioxidant, anti-glycator, a chelator of heavy metals (i.e. it inactivates any toxic metal ion...
  • Centrophenoxine (CPH) and the Membrane Hypothesis of Aging (MHA)

    Centrophenoxine (CPH) and the Membrane Hypothesis of Aging (MHA) An interview with Professor Imre Zs.-Nagy, MD and Editor of Aging Matters™ Phil Micans; herein referred to as IZSN and PM. Imre Zs.-Nagy was born in Hungary in 1936 and took his MD degree in 1961. He had been university Professor of gerontology at the University of Debrecen, retiring by law at age 70. He ...
  • Centrophenoxine - The Anti-Aging Brain Booster

    Centrophenoxine - The Anti-Aging Brain Booster Centrophenoxine, also known as Lucidril, is one of the original anti-aging, neuro-energizing drugs. It has been studied and used clinically for over 30 years. Centrophenoxine is a compound of two biochemicals – dimethylamineoethanol (DMAE) and parachlorophenoxyacetate (pCPA). DMAE is a natural food component, found especially in fish, and is also a natural metabolite of...
  • Centrophenoxine - The Neuroenergizer

    Centrophenoxine - The Neuroenergizer Centrophenoxine, also known as centrophenoxine (CPX), is one of the original anti-aging, neuro-energizing drugs. It has been studied and used clinically for over 30 years. CPX is a compound of two biochemicals- diethylaminoethanol (DMAE) and parachlorophenoxyacetate (pCPA). DMAE is a natural food component, found especially in fish, and is also a natural metabolite of the human body, CPX's other half, pCPA, is a synthetic compound si...
  • Centrophenoxine: A true life extension drug?

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    by :- BEAN, Tim
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  • Estrogen: The Unrecognized Male Hormone

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  • Exercise Mimetics

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  • F.I.G.H.T. program ‘H’ Part two H is for Hormones

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  • F.I.G.H.T. program H for Heavy Metals

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  • Gerovital-H3 ® Treatment in Osteoarthritis

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  • Getting the Most Out of BHRT

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  • GHB: Powerful Growth Hormone Secretagogue

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  • GHRP performance (the role of growth hormone releasing peptides)

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  • Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy in Aging

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  • Growth Hormone, The Real "Fountain of Youth!"

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  • The fundamental and largely neglected key role of the thyroid gland

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  • The Nuts and Bolts of Aging Part One

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  • The Nuts And Bolts Of Aging Part Three

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  • The Nuts and Bolts of Aging Part Two

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  • The Pineal Clock And Cancer

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  • The Role of Glycation in Aging

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  • The thymus gland, immune health and aging

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  • The ‘one-trick-pony’ culture of conventional medicine

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  • TRH, the life-generating and life-maintaining entity

    TRH, the life-generating and life-maintaining entity A statement from Dr Walter Pierpaoli When I think of the “peptide swamp”, I wonder why should this tiny tripeptide called erroneously and misleadingly “thyrotropin-releasing hormone” (TRH) be classified as a “hormone”. Certainly his discoverer Roger Guillemin would agree with me that in fact, names are given to new molecules with unknown functions then become victims of nomenclature and lose th...
  • Unique method for restoration of retinal functions in case of different diseases

    Unique method for restoration of retinal functions in case of different diseases Authors Vladimir Khavanson, V.V. Neroev, S.V., Trofimova, Yu.Yu. Osokina This publication is dedicated to the application of a complex of peptide bioregulators being highly effective in treatment of different retinal diseases (diabetic retinopathy, pigment retinitis, age-related macular degeneration etc.). It ...
  • Unleash Your Body's Regenerative Power with Stem Cell Worx®

    Unleash Your Body's Regenerative Power with Stem Cell Worx® Of the hundreds of different cell types in the body, adult stem cells possess enormous potential. These undeveloped cells have the ability, when needed, to proliferate and generate a variety of specialized cell types, with the overall function of continuously maintaining and repairing the body's tissues and organs. Without them, processes such as the normal repair of muscle wear and tear, healing of skin and wounds, repair...
  • Updating the Calorie Restriction Mimetics

    Updating the Calorie Restriction Mimetics When I first started writing about Calorie Restriction Mimetics (CRM) 10 years ago, research in this area was at its infancy. Now however, several CRM are well-known and relatively well-accepted agents which imitate the effects of calorie restriction itself. I highlight the fact that these compounds are not merely pills for those who are too lazy to diet, but may be used (under medical supervision) in association with a healthy lifestyle to ...
  • Vasopressin, the Blood Pressure and Libido Hormone

    Vasopressin, the Blood Pressure and Libido Hormone Mark had a medical problem but he refused to visit a doctor because he considered many of them to be quacks. Thus, he continued to suffer poor erections despite self-dosing with copious amounts of Viagra® and Cialis®. His blood pressure was low and he was dehydrated because he urinated frequently at night. Eventually, Mark’s wife convinced him to see me and I meticulously questioned and examined him. Mark was the kind of...
  • Vasopressin, the Memory Hormone: Are Your Patients Thinking Straight

    Vasopressin, the Memory Hormone: Are Your Patients Thinking Straight Vasopressin is much more than a memory hormone. It is known to some as the learning hormone because people with vasopressin deficiency are forgetful. Vasopressin is key to the architecture and function of the brain. Fourteen clinical studies attest to the fact that vasopressin supports long- and short-term memory,...
  • Vasopressin- The Anti-aging, Cognitive Enhancing Neuropeptide

    Vasopressin- The Anti-aging, Cognitive Enhancing Neuropeptide Vasopressinis a pituitary hormone that is best known for controlling water balance in the body. Its common name is anti-diuretic hormone (ADH), because of its property of conserving water in the body, and inhibiting urine production. Because of this property, many parents of children with bed-wetting problems find it useful, as do many men with prostate problems (BPH). Vasopressindoesn't effect the prostate, ...
  • Video Interview With Dr Walker

    Phil Micans interviews Dr Richard Walker About GH and Sermorelin Part 1: An Introduction to GH and Sermorelin ...
  • Vinpocetine - the ultimate neuroprotector

      Vinpocetine - the ultimate neuroprotector By Karen Sadowsky Kaufman, MS   Vinpocetine is synthesized from vincamine- an extract of the periwinkle plant, (also known as the Vinca minor). Vinpocetine is one of the most important Nootropics in our current armamentarium and has been used safely in parts of Europe and Japan since the 1970’s. Best known for its favorable effect on cerebral blood flow, in order to fully appreciate the benefits of Vinpoceti...
  • Vinpocetine, The Superior Cerebral Enhancer And Protector

      Vinpocetine, The Superior Cerebral Enhancer And Protector By James South MA   Vincamine (VCM) is an alkaloid extracted from the Periwinkle plant, Vinca minor. Vinpocetine (VPC) is produced slightly altering the VCM molecule. VPC is more technically referred to as "ethyl apovincaminate." VCM and VPC have been widely researched and used clinically for over 25 years, in disorders ranging from cerebral arteriosclerosis and senile dementia, to Meniere's di...
  • Vitamin C Is Not All The Same!

    Vitamin C Is Not All The Same! Vitamin C is an essential component of life that is prevalent in many foods (especially fruits) and produced by an abundance of chemical companies. This article focuses the chemical side of Vitamin C. Whilst it is known by many scientists, it is virtually unknown by the public that Vitamin C has two totally and distinctly different separate sides (as indeed many chemicals do). The two sides of vitamin C consist of L-ascorbic acid which is ...
  • Vitamin D Deficiency Pandemic

    Vitamin D Deficiency Pandemic A note from the author For at least a decade, I have been touting to the importance of vitamin D. When I received my Master of Science degree in human nutrition from the University of New Haven in Connecticut in 1996, I carried with me some ideas and hypotheses that were considered well outside the mainstream of conventional scientific thinking at the time. I was convinced that the role vitamin D played in bone health was but the tip of an i...
  • War on Cancer part 1 losing the war

    Losing the War on Cancer In 1971, President Richard Nixon announced the War on Cancer and promised a cure by the 1977 bicentennial. In 2009 death rates from cancer are significantly increased and.....no cure is forthcoming! The failure of chemotherapy to control cancer has become apparent even to the oncology establishment. Scientific American featured a recent cover story entitled: “The War on Cancer — it’s Being Lost.” In it, eminent epidemiologist John C. Bailar III...
  • War on Cancer part 2 - winning the war

    Winning the War on Cancer In the previous article ‘losing the war on cancer’ I discussed the current failure of chemotherapy to turn the tide of increasing incidence of cancer. I looked at the reasons why this was the case. I discussed the clues from Nature that suggest that the cancer prevention actions of the phyto-nutrients in fruit and vegetables are likely to be due to a range of nutrient-gene interactions and not just an anti-oxidant effect. Specific phyto-nut...
  • Weight Loss, The Anti-Aging Way

    Weight Loss, The Anti-Aging Way Weight loss and dieting is a perennial subject of conversation, TV talk shows, best-selling books, and even trips to the doctor. And no wonder. In spite of the widespread introduction of "low fat", "no fat", and "reduced fat" foods and snacks throughout the 1990's, obesity has reached epidemic proportions in much of the Western world. Obesity (defined as being 20% or more over "ideal" or "normal" weight for one's size) is now estimated to afflic...
  • What your doctor can’t tell you about free radicals

    What your doctor can’t tell you about free radicals At Honolulu’s oldest hotel, the Moana Surfrider, I scheduled a meeting with Dr. S., a prominent eye surgeon. He was enjoying his visit to the Hawaiian Islands by taking a much-deserved break from his busy practice. His specialty was cataract surgery and I surmised from his expensive clothes and visit to Hawaii’s most luxurious hotel that he enjoyed a very profitable practice. After exchanging pleasantries, I asked him if he r...
  • Who Is Afraid Of Health?

    Who Is Afraid Of Health? Known throughout the world for his discoveries related to melatonin, to the pineal gland and to immunological identity, the author openly denounces the obstructionism by the pharmaceutical cartel to accessing really effective therapies for restoring health and preventing the onset of degenerative diseases. Foreword Such an unlikely question finds prompt answers which everyone awaits or senses. These obvious answers are in everyone's mind, b...
  • Why diets don’t work

    Why diets don’t work By Dr. Sergey A. Dzugan   Millions of people seek diets and treatments for being overweight and obese. For most people, weight management is not effective, since the majority of them lose the struggle to reduce weight and blame themselves for the relapse.1 Perhaps the most frequent question that I have been asked over the last 20 years is “How can I lose weight?” In Latin diet (dieta) is a manner of livin...
  • Why Do Women Live Longer Than Men?

    It is a known fact that, in general, women live longer than men. All life expectancy calculations over the past years tend to show that females live several years longer compared to males, as a group (see figure 1).   There are several theories trying to explain this phenomenon and some concepts are better supported by research than others. This discussion refers to the rate of aging process in regard to gender and not to the individual perception of aging. In other words, it...
  • Why Use IAS?

    Why Use IAS? Q. Why do physicians and their patients use IAS and its services? The answer to that usually falls into one of the following three categories: Because they want to obtain a product that isn't available to them nationally. They want to obtain a substance that is available nationally but isn't available in a particular format. For example, a liquid instead of a tablet, or an injectable instead of a capsule, or even a lar...
  • Women and Cancer Genetics are Not the Decider

    Women and Cancer - Genetics are Not the Decider Genes are not in the driving seat when it comes to finding our way to a long and healthy life. Although the influence genetic determinism has on our lives is present in the way we look, in some of our behavioral traits, and our potential predisposition to certain illnesses – the latter needn’t be the case if we take the right steps now. In the case of cancer – the second biggest killer in the United States alone ...
  • Yohimbine - The Libido Enhancing Tree Bark Extract

      The Libido Enhancing Tree Bark Extract By Robert Mason PhD   Yohimbine has been used for decades to help with erectile dysfunction and enhance libido, in-fact it is the only FDA approved aphrodisiac! (8) Essentially, Yohimbine is an extract from the bark of an African tree known as cortnanthe yohimbe, or sometimes referred to as pausinystalia yohimbe. One can find the bark extract yohimbe...
  • Your complete health alphabet - F.I.G.H.T.

    Your complete health alphabet - F.I.G.H.T. Standing for Food, Infections, Genetics, Heavy Metals, Hormones and Toxins, the F.I.G.H.T program I’ve developed shows how each part of our wellbeing regime is vitally connected. Only when we address these areas as a unified whole, can we have a chance of reaching optimum health. That’s why the F.I.G.H.T program is a complete, 360 way of caring about all aspects of our body. In this article, we look at the building block...
  • ‘Cowboy Medicine’ Saves Lives in Sweden (It May Save Your Life in Years to Come)

    ‘Cowboy Medicine’ Saves Lives in Sweden (It May Save Your Life in Years to Come) In recent years, I have saved countless lives in Sweden and elsewhere by practicing a non-conventional type of medicine that I call ‘cowboy medicine.’ By cowboy medicine, I mean that I felt compelled to take unconventional steps to save lives in the hospital system. These steps definitely broke the regulations of most hospitals, but I was forced into this position by antiquated procedures follow...
  • ‘Vitamin C your way to a healthier future’ (boosting our immune system and keeping illness at bay)

    ‘Vitamin C your way to a healthier future’ (boosting our immune system and keeping illness at bay) Vitamin C is globally recognised to be one of the most useful vitamins around. It’s therefore no co-incidence that nearly 3 out of 4 of us take this vital vitamin in a supplement form regularly. However, what’s less known and even less-capitalised upon, is its remarkable properties when taken in greater quantities than is commonly acknowledged. Thanks t...